Hillary and Bill Clinton ambushed by foul-mouthed New Yorkers in the city: ‘You ARE the superpredator’

Failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was greeted by foul-mouthed anti-Israel activists who accused her of being a “superpredator” while departing a Broadway theatre in New York City.

The former secretary of state and hubby Bill Clinton were accosted by the pro-Palestinian protesters who berated them with f-bombs outside the Music Box Theater where they were attending a preview of the play “Suffs” which she is a producer of.

When leaving the theatre where she and “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda stumped for President Joe Biden, the power couple were berated by the crowd that blamed Mrs. Clinton for “the deaths of millions” with the encounter being captured on video.


“Hillary. Hillary Clinton, hi,” a protester is heard telling Clinton. “Has anyone told you you ARE the superpredator? Has anyone told you you are the superpredator?”

“You’re responsible for the deaths of millions,” the person said before turning to the former president.

“Bill Clinton. You’re a genocide supporter. F**k you, you piece of sh*t,” the protester said.

Mrs. Clinton didn’t seem to be bothered by it and for all anyone knows, she may have even taken the accusations as a compliment, as she flashed a brief smile and waved at the crowd.

“Clinton you are responsible for genocides, you are responsible for atrocities. You’re literally helping f**king facilitate the genocide of Palestinian people,” shouted a woman. “What the f**k do you have to say for yourself? The f**k you have to say, Hillary?”

“F**king piece of sh*t, Hillary,” the protester shouted out as Clinton got into a vehicle. “We can see you sitting in your godd*mn f**king car from the Broadway show. Over 34,000 people are dead Hillary!”

“I know you can f**king hear me,” the woman continued. “You call yourself a feminist? Women are dying in Gaza. They are dying. You have anything to say?” the shouting continued as a middle finger was extended to the vehicle as the Clintons sped off and left the pack of pro-Hamas miscreants behind.

“Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton! We f**king see you, Hillary,” a woman shooted as the vehicle was leaving. “F**k you!”

“We can see you hiding in the back of your car Hillary,” wailed a woman. “Stop holding fundraisers for genocide! You f**king coward. How many people have died at your hands you f**king coward? F**k you Hillary. I hope their screams haunt you every night.”

Leftists have been engaged in a monthslong temper tantrum like spoiled brats who haven’t gotten their way on a ceasefire in Gaza before the Hamas terror organization has been wiped out. This week, President Joe Biden finally gave in to the antisemites of his base who are revolting in Michigan and ordered Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to declare an immediate ceasefire. It remains to be seen whether it’ll happen before the planned military assault on Rafah.

The play’s website describes “Suffs” as: “It’s 1913 and the women’s movement is heating up in America, anchored by the suffragists — ‘Suffs,’ as they call themselves — and their relentless pursuit of the right to vote. Reaching across and against generational, racial, and class divides, these brilliant, flawed women entertain and inspire us with the story of their hard-won victory in an ongoing fight. So much has changed since the passing of the Nineteenth Amendment over a century ago, and yet we’re reminded sometimes we need to look back, in order to march fearlessly into the future.”

“We’re in the middle of an election year, and I think any conversation about getting people to vote, how it took so long for women to get the right to vote, how you should not throw away [or] ignore the power of your vote, I think all of that is good,” Mrs. Clinton said, according to CBS News. “This is so meaningful, and truly historic, because women’s history doesn’t get told in a way that’s accessible and so exciting and true.”

“It is my life!” Clinton added. “Keep fighting, keep marching, keep trying. You know, what’s that great line in one of the songs: Progress is possible, but not guaranteed. That’s how I feel about the whole life that I’ve led, the progress that I’ve seen.”

Chris Donaldson


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